Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ɚ'ɪzən]
She had again arisen and was swaying from side to side.
Nor should we alter our determination were it not for a circumstance which has recently arisen.
The attractions of the mother seem only to have arisen from the position in which she was placed.
For instance, he had gone to bed the night before exactly at twelve and had arisen at 4.30 A. M. to read some New York law reports.
The modern college for women only feebly reproduces it, since the college for women has arisen at a time when colleges in general are under a cloud.
A confusion quite as unmeaning as this has arisen in connection with the word "liberal" as applied to religion and as applied to politics and society.
It has been somewhat condemned for its laxative qualities, but this has possibly arisen from the fruit having been eaten unripe, or in too great excess.
THE CHRISTIAN CONCEPTION OF LIFE HAS ALREADY ARISEN IN OUR SOCIETY, AND WILL INFALLIBLY PUT AN END TO THE PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF OUR LIFE BASED ON FORCE--WHEN THAT WILL BE.
During the progress of military operations, there have arisen in the parliamentary armies many excellent officers, who are qualified for higher commands than they are now possessed of.
I might pursue those parallels much farther; but it seems to me that these extraordinary coincidences must have arisen either from identity of origin or long-continued ancient intercourse.